David James Homes Supports the Local Economies
Fortunately, homes are not imported from China, and the buy local movement has caught on in America. That buy local label has applied to everything from tomatoes to craft beer, but what about housing as a local product?
When you invest in building a new home, you also are investing in your local economy, community and country. It is the single best way to build equity, and building a new home puts people to work in your community.
When you build a home with David James Homes, you fuel economic activity. David James Homes operates five offices throughout Virginia and West Virginia, and each office is invested in those communities. Each office employs its own local construction supervisor. The construction superintendent uses local tradesmen and subcontractors to complete your home. Subcontractors may include carpenters, roofers, electricians, plumbers and heating and air specialists all from the local area.
“We make a great effort to use local subcontractors and locally sourced products in many instances,” said Matthew Malone, manager of the Clarksburg, West Virginia office. “For example, locally we use OC Cluss Lumber for our wood needs, as well our flooring is sourced from WCO Flooring America in Fairmont, West Virginia. Our ultimate goal is to satisfy our customers, but if we can help local businesses and people in the community at the same time, that’s an added bonus.”
If you are looking to build in the Clarksburg area, David James Homes is here to help you in your home building journey. Visit www.davidjamescustomhomes.com/clarksburg-wv-sales-center/for more information or contact Matthew Malone at email@example.com or 304-566-7696.
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